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Under Two Dictators - Prisoner of Stalin and Hitler
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Under Two Dictators - Prisoner of Stalin and Hitler

By Margarete Buber-Neumann

London: Pimlico - Random House, 2008 A new and unread copy of this book in stock now UK. Both the book and the jacket are in fine condition.

$19.07

Toujours Provence

By Peter Mayle

London: Hamish Hamilton, 1991 Dark blue boards with a silver title to the spine. 213 pages. Complte in a very good jacket with no creases. Signed on the title page. Neatly corner price clipped fly leaf.

$9.19

Sold as a Slave
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Sold as a Slave

By Olaudah Equiano

London: Penguin Great Journeys, 2007 As new, unread copy of this book in fine condition. 111 pages

$2.04

Immediate Action

By Andy McNab

London: Corgi Books, 1996 No creases to the front cover. One corner crease to the back bottom corner and light reading crease to the spine. 508 tight pages. Very well illustrated. the book they tried to ban!

$1.70

Confessions of an Actor

By Laurence Olivier

London: Weidenfield and Nicolson, 1982 Clean maroon boards with a bright gilt title to the spine. No wear. 305 pages with several pages of photographs. No jacket. Neat gift inscription to 1st page. An excellent reading/study copy. may need extra postage for abroad postage.

$4.09

It's Not a Rehearsal - the Autobiography
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It's Not a Rehearsal - the Autobiography

By Amanda Barrie with Hilary Bonner

London: Headline, 2002 344 very clean firm pages. Photographic illustrations. The jacket is in excellent condition with no wear.

$8.17

Sleeping with Cats - a Memoir

By Marge Piercy

London: Piakus, 2002 An ex-library copy of this book but in very good condition. This book looks as if it hasn't been issued out. Withdrawn stamp. All the pages are very bright and clean. The jacket is also in excellent condition.

$6.13

Spy Catcher - the Candid Autobiography of a Senior Intelligence Officer
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Spy Catcher - the Candid Autobiography of a Senior Intelligence Officer

By Peter Wright

Viking, 1987 A very good copy of this book. Black boards with a bright silver title to the spine.392 page inc the index. In a very good jacket with no creases.

$5.45

What's It All About?

By Michael Caine

London: Ted Smart, 1993 Blue glossy pictorial boards showing Photograph of Michae; Caine. In a like dust jacket. 494 pages. Two sets of photographic illustrations. Pages just starting to darken very slightly at the top edge. Of interest to all film and media studies. A heavy book which may need extra postage.

$13.28

Daddy's Girl - a Very Personal Memoir

By Charlotte Vale Allen

U K: Severn House Publishers, 1994 A hardbacked copy of this book. Very clean blue boards with a bright gilt title to the spine. 277 very clean and bright pages. The brighr red jacket is clean and uncreased with some mild shelfwear.A true story of chilhood abuse which is a landmark in publishing.The author grew up to be an accomlished woman and this is the terrible story of her childhhod and the horror of incest.

$10.22

Child of a System

By Noele Arden - Forword By Anthony Storr

London: Quartet, 1977 A firm 'flat' book that looks little read. No creases to the covers. One very light crease to the spine. 118 firm pages. Ex-library with pale withdrawn stamp. Some very slight sign of edge wear to the top corner. Pages still bright, but slightly darkening.

$9.53

Diaries 1969 - 1979 - the Python Years
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Diaries 1969 - 1979 - the Python Years

By Michael Palin

London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 2006 A new and unread copy of this book in stock now. 650 pages. Clean, bright jacket. No creases. illustrated. Cover price £20.

$19.07

Douglas Haig: War Diaries and Letters 1914-1918

By Gary Sheffield and John Bourne (editors)

London: BCA, 2005 550 pages including the index

$20.43

My Life - with a New Preface and Afterword
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My Life - with a New Preface and Afterword

By Bill Clinton

U K: Arrow, 2005 A new and unread copy of this book in stock now UK. 969 pages plus afterword and index. Illustrated. This is a heavy book and has been priced to include any extra postage UK.

$13.28

A Gift of Wings

By Richard Bach

U K: Pan, 1974 No creases to the covers or to the spine. 299 firm pages. Illustrated.

$2.72

The Insider - the Private Diaries of a Scandalous Decade
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The Insider - the Private Diaries of a Scandalous Decade

By Piers Morgan

U K: Ebury Press, 2005 A new and unread copy of this book in stock now UK. Book in fine condition, no creases, tight pages.

$4.77

A Sparrow's Flight - Memoirs

By Lord Hailsham of Marylebone

London: Collins, 1990 An excellent copy of this book. Maroon boards with gilt title to the spine. 463 clean pages. Illustrated. The book is presented in a very good jacket which is bright and clean with no creases.

$10.56

The Child is Father of the Man: How Humans Learn and Why

By John Abbott

U K: The 21st Century Learning Initiative, 1999 390 pages. The Child is Father of the Man is a moving story of fatherhood in the modern world written by the former head teacher of a British comprehensive school who is now President of the 21st Century Learning Initiative in Washington DC. This autobiography is an insider's account of evolving educational policy which includes that most formal schooling throughout the developed world is opposed to young people's natural creativity. This book moves towards a powerful conclusion which confirms faith in the equal partnership between home, community and school. assisted now by the new information and communication technologies.

$6.81

Brother One Cell - Coming of Age in South Korea's Prisons

By Cullen Thomas

Sidgwick and Jackson A new and unread copy of this book in stock now UK. Cover price £10.99

$6.81

Timbo - a Struggle for Survival B.K.P.A.

By Elizabeth D. Ward

U K: The British Kidney Association, 1996 An excellent copy of this book. Blue boards with gilt tlte to the spine. Signed by the author, dated 2003 - so later printing. The jacket is also bright and clean with no faults. 151 pages. Illustrated. a moving account of how Elizabeth Ward became aware of the problem when her son developed kidney disease at the age of 13, an how she virtually single-handedly has made the country aware of the plight of kidney patients.

$4.09

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